Franck Muller brands is known as Master of Complications as a manufacturer of the worlds most complicated watch. All the mechanical watchmaking complications are designed and developed at the heart of the own workshops. From the simple sketch of mechanism, via the construction of a prototype, its successful completion.
Franck Muller watches became easily identifiable thanks to their Cintrée Curvex shape, the brand’s most significant silhouette that expresses the brand's unique identity, assert its DNA and demonstrate its know-how in case manufacturing.
Sailing in a sporty direction with this new captivating shape, the Franck Muller Vanguard collection calls in for clean and innovative aesthetics. The distinctive applique numerals have been meticulously hand-polished and hand-brushed. The dial and crown give the final touch to the sporty elegance and unique aesthetic of the watch. The strap is cleverly integrated inside the case in order to maintain and extend the curved aspect of the timepiece, the result being a stunning and sporty timepiece with a unique design.
The Cintree Curvex is the iconic shape of Franck Muller. Thanks to its perfectly curved case and unique contours, the Cintree Curvex is the brands most distinctive silhouette. The unique and gorgeous numeral design is also what makes the Cintree Curvex immediately identifiable. With its elegant cases, stunning dials and highly-complex movements, Franck Muller is very proud of all its timepieces. They are true examples of vibrant and sophisticated designs that have timeless elegance.
The Master Square model is inspired by Franck Mullers taste for the Art Deco movement. The geometrical purity and symmetry of the lines gives the collection a perfectly balanced design. With its strong character, the Master Square is a must have that will suit every watch lover.
The architecture of the Franck Muller Long Island pays tribute to the Art Deco movement in a new vision of the Novecento style. The Long Island, driven by its rectangular shape and numbers has become a leading collection of Franck Muller. Thanks to its rectilinear and arched numerals, the Long Island has become an iconic model designed to perfectly fit the wrist.